Bloodborne PSX Developers React to 12 Minute All Bosses Speedrun – (Bloodborne Demake)

IGN published this video item, entitled “Bloodborne PSX Developers React to 12 Minute All Bosses Speedrun – (Bloodborne Demake)” – below is their description.

Hang out with the Bloodborne PSX developers as they watch their game get slaughtered in record time!

Thanks to Lilith Walther (@b0tster, Lead Developer), Corwyn Prichard (@art_mino, Additional Art), Evelyn Lark (@TheNobleDemon, Music), and Wes Wiggins (@funnywes, Additional VO) for joining us for this Developers React To Bloodborne PSX speedrun!

Thanks to our speedrunner Romanticore:

www.speedrun.com/user/Romanticore

www.twitch.tv/romanticore

https://twitter.com/Microwaveable

https://www.youtube.com/user/TheRomanticore

#IGN #DevsReact

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